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Thokoza Foresaken History

Thokoza resident Dumisani Buthelezi takes us through the issues he (and the community) have been dealing with for years.
Khumalo Street in Thokoza, East Rand is known for the turmoil of political violence in the 1990’s. Today it is still home to some residents living in poverty.

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#OxfordEddiecated: Disability activist Eddie Ndopu shares a letter with the world on the myth of independence

by: Lee Molefi - 19 July 2016

#OxfordEddiecated: Disability activist Eddie Ndopu shares a letter with the world on the myth of independence

“An access gap is what we all experience when we try to live our best life within larger structures of constraint,” he asserts with a glint in his eye, “for me, it’s able-ism and queer-phobia. But I won’t be made to disappear from public view because the world is not ready for my existence.” Edward Khanya...

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The other day at a bar we were talking about how in the hood the drunks of the street were often considered the most brilliant minds of their time. There was a suggestion that in the hood when someone was labelled “crazy” it often meant that they were far ahead of their time and that...

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Pap Culture Talks | Confessions of a young voter

by: Kamaria Balkisson - 23 May 2016

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The crew from Pap Culture share their past experiences of voting, discuss upcoming elections and the responsibility of youth voters. Are you voting in the upcoming municipal elections? Join in the conversation on Facebook and Twitter with #2X

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Blessers: modern day ubuntu

by: Kamaria Balkisson - 19 May 2016

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When women are forced to marry for the sake of economic stability there is no outcry. When women are denied access to education and well-paying jobs there is little complaint. When women are looked down on as brainless homemakers despite their achievements there are very few men on our side. We all know that “blessers”...

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Cheating your way through life

by: Kamaria Balkisson - 17 May 2016

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